In the unfortunate event that you need to have your vehicle repaired, it shouldn't be stressful to find the best auto body repair shop.
Farmer's Insurance has made this process simple and easy by having its own network of providers. When using one of the auto body repair shops in the Farmers' Insurance network, you can be assured that all shops have been screened and pre-approved and all repairs completed come with a lifetime guarantee.
You can choose to use your own service, but it is highly recommended that you use one of the auto body shops in the Farmer's Insurance Network. Your vehicle's appraised damage repairs are backed by an extended warranty as long as the vehicle remains under your ownership or leasing. This warranty covers both defective parts and craftsmanship and alternative parts that are installed during the repair.
The following steps will help you find your nearest Farmer's Insurance body shop:
We all have our business of choice, so as long as you follow the procedure correctly, Farmer's Insurance will still cover your repairs at out-of-network shops.
If you are struggling with the above process at all always remember you can contact Farmer's Insurance directly and they will assist you with the process step by step.
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